Universal Access To All Knowledge
Home Donate | Store | Blog | FAQ | Jobs | Volunteer Positions | Contact | Bios | Forums | Projects | Terms, Privacy, & Copyright
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
Search Results
Results: 1 through 3 of 3 (0.006 secs)
You searched for: mediatype:movies AND collection:nasaimageofthedaygallery AND subject:"What -- Aqua"
[movies]Satellites Measure Polar Winds: Image of the Day - NASA -- Map courtesy NOAA/NESDIS stratus.ssec.wisc.edu/projects/polarwinds/polarwinds.html Polar Winds
eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/imagerecords/5000/5160/polar_winds_aqua_sm.mov small (1.8 MB QuickTime) eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/imagerecords/5000/5160/polar_winds_aqua_lrg.mov large (5.7 MB QuickTime) Today's Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) models translate the physical laws by which the atmosphere operates into an interrelated web of mathematical equations. These equations describe the state of the atmosphere -- everything from temperature, to humidity, to wind speed, to convection -- ...
Keywords: What -- Terra; What -- Aqua; What -- Polar
Downloads: 41
[movies]NASA Launches Aqua Satellite: Image of the Day - NASA -- Images and animation courtesy Reto Stöckli, NASA Earth Observatory
NASA's latest Earth Observing System (EOS) satellite -- aqua.nasa.gov Aqua -- successfully launched Saturday morning, May 4, 2002. Aqua is dedicated to advancing scientific understanding of Earth's water cycle and environment. Launching the Aqua spacecraft marks a major milestone in support of NASA's mission to help us better understand and protect our planet. The images above are computer-generated models of the Aqua spacecraft and the Delta II rocket that carried the satellite into orbit...
Keywords: What -- Earth; What -- EOS; What -- Aqua
Downloads: 310
[movies]Global Carbon Monoxide in September 2005: Image of the Day - NASA -- Image courtesy NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The streak of red, orange, and yellow across South America, Africa, and the Atlantic Ocean in this image points to high levels of carbon monoxide on September 30, 2005, as measured by the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder ( airs.jpl.nasa.gov/ AIRS ) instrument flying on NASA's aqua.nasa.gov/ Aqua satellite. The carbon monoxide primarily comes from fires burning in the Amazon basin, with some additional contribution from fires in southern Africa...
Keywords: What -- Atmospheric Infrared Sounder; What -- AIRS; What -- Aqua; What -- Earth; Where -- Atlantic Ocean; Where -- Indian Ocean; Where -- Maryland
Downloads: 64
Advanced search

Group results by:

> Relevance
Mediatype
Collection

Related collections

nasaimageofthedaygallery
nasa

Related mediatypes

movies